Lebanon Reporter

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February 25, 2014

State, local agencies seek solution to muddied Indiana 267

County and state officials met Monday with the owner of land near Fayette, in an effort to control what are apparently deliveries of dirt that have occasionally left Indiana 267 and CR 750 S caked with mud.

Boone County Surveyor Ken Hedge and Doug Wolf of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management met with property owner Robert Blackford, said Kathy Clawson, Hedge’s administrative assistant. Wolf is IDEM’s northwest region storm water compliance inspector.

For more of the story, see Tuesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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